Soul Kitchen is preparing to feature what could be called an urban legend of the Mobile Bay music scene. The F’n A-Holes (who once had their name banned from a Columbus, Mississippi marquee) has made its presence known all over the Gulf Coast and at major festivals such as Heavy Rebel Weekender in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
From many years, fearless lead vocalist Joey F*ckstick and a rotating cast of colorful characters and stage set-ups have kept the band chugging along like an ‘86 Oldsmobile. F*ckstick has crafted a versatile catalog of songs that float in the ether between punkabilly, alt. country and surf rock. The quirky front man also fills his songs with humorous lyrics that spin grease-soaked tales of white trash romance, aliens and devilish female genitalia, which makes them quite a unique band locally and nationally.
The F’n A-Holes has produced albums such as “Loser’s Lullaby” and “Aces N’ A-Holes.” Now, they are serving up new cuts from their upcoming album “Atomic Diner.”
The evening’s lineup will also feature a menagerie of wild sounds from SHEHEHE, Shantih Shantih and Earl’s Killer Squirrel.
The F’n A-Holes, SHEHEHE, Shantih Shantih, Earl’s Killer Squirrel
Date: Saturday, March 14, doors at 9 p.m.
Venue: Soul Kitchen,
219 Dauphin St.,
Tickets: $8 at the door
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